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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Andy Hoang eagerly began her first nursing job this year in New Hampshire, with a desire to specialize in cardiac care.
By KATHY McCORMACK, Associated Press
Jerry Elliot looked death in the face twice. Soon after, the Durham man began to struggle with incorrect medical bills.
Keely Arthur, WRAL consumer reporter
An incredible coincidence saved a man's life, until a medical bill nightmare began. Watch 5 on Your Side get big results, on WRAL-TV at 6.
WakeMed offered free EKG screenings on Thursday for young athletes in response to the recent case of LeBron James' son, Bronny, who suffered sudden cardiac arrest during practice.
Brett Knese, WRAL reporter
A 17-year-old Harnett County cheerleader is recovering at Duke Medical Center after going into cardiac arrest during a recent competition.
Gilbert Baez, WRAL Fayetteville reporter
February 3 is National Wear Red Day, a reminder that women are just as much at risk of heart disease as men. WRAL's Megan Glova reports it's important for everyone to know what to do when someone is having a heart crisis.
WakeMed emergency medicine physician Dr. Graham Snyder joined WRAL News at 7 to discuss what may have caused Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin to suffer cardiac arrest.
NBC's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. John Torres appeared on thr TODAY Show to explain what could have caused cardiac arrest after Damar Hamlin was hit on the football field.
Dr. Haider Warraich discusses cardiac disease in his new book. The launch party will be at North Hills' Quail Ridge Books.
UNC Children's Hospital announced Monday that it will "temporarily pause" some heart surgeries on young patients following a recent report that children with complex heart conditions had been dying at higher than expected rates following surgery.
North Carolina's secretary of health on Friday called for an investigation into a hospital where doctors had suspected children with complex heart conditions had been dying at higher than expected rates after undergoing heart surgery.
Ellen Gabler, New York Times
Audio recordings provided to The New York Times offer a rare, unfiltered look inside North Carolina Children's Hospital as physicians weighed their ethical obligations to patients while their bosses also worried about harming the surgical program.
Ellen Gabler, New York Times
Two state Department of Transportation employees helped save a man having a heart attack on the side of an interstate.
Deborah Strange, Digital journalist
Ashley Goette of West St. Paul, Minnesota, is being compared to a superhero these days, and not just because she's a new mother. (Although her 22 hours of labor alone would qualify.) It's because in the span of four days, she not only gave birth to her first child but also saved her husband's life.
Christina Caron, New York Times
Cape Fear Valley EMS uses a new cardiac arrest protocol of administering a single dose of epinephrine rather than a dose every three to five minutes.
Jane Albright, freelance reporter